By Jenn Andrlikâ€‹
Sometimes a living space calls for more one large seating area or something that can be used transitionally. If you’re in the market for a sectional, check out some of our favorites below for both their functionality and stylishness.
Add a little bit of color and style with your sectional like this Lrren Grey Heatherfield selection. We also love that it’s a little bit modern, a little bit traditional. It’s a neutral hue, but it still adds a bit of color to your living space.
This sectional is the epitome of classic and comfortable, something you want in any piece of furniture. The skirt is optional and you can choose from endless amounts of fabrics and colors in Ethan Allen’s showroom and design space.
We love the retro-vibe of this mid-century modern design. It’s small enough that it will fit in an apartment or small den, but has enough seating for a family of four.
This more modern style of sectional has ample seating like the more stuffed versions, but is more streamlined if you’re looking for a more contemporary piece. The contrast of the dark legs and lighter fabric add visual interest and the cushions are not bulky or overstuffed.
Just imagine how many people you could seat in a media or family room with the Dr. Pitt Sectional. We love that it is versatile and mobile. Move the ottomans for additional seating elsewhere or keep it together for a cozy and comfortable movie night.
The rolled arms and lines on this sofa make it feel more sophisticated and sleek than most sectionals, which is why we added it to our list. Customize this piece with different variations of pieces, fabric, and colors.
We can definitely see this sectional in a man’s cave, den, or rustic family room. We love that the more it is used, the more it looks worn in and loved, giving it just the right amount of character.